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ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Unconformity, Late Period Of Ancient Egypt

ARH305: Stratigraphy September 29 , 2014 Continuation from last week… 2. Quantitative Approach o But how do we identify phrases or cultures without fossil directeur...

Archaeology
ARH305H1
Gary Coupland
ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pleistocene, Punctuated Equilibrium, Processual Archaeology

ARH305: Introduction Continued September 22, 2014 Archaeological Interpretation and Analogy ▪ Analogy: use of information in one context to explain data found in another a ...

Archaeology
ARH305H1
Gary Coupland
ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Scram, De Facto, Shaving Cream

ARH305- SITE FORMATION CONT. October 27, 2014 4 S-A Processes (depositional); several different kinds 1. Discard: most (but not all) materials enters archaeological reco...

Archaeology
ARH305H1
Gary Coupland
ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Matrilocal Residence, Enculturation, Central Place Theory

ARH305 Monday November 3, 2014 Group Size and Location ▪ Resource structure conditions group size and location ▪ Homogeneous resource distribution (st...

Archaeology
ARH305H1
Gary Coupland
ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Harris Matrix, Unconformity

ARH305: Seriation October 6 , 2014 Continuation from last lecture: Stratigraphy Interfaces ▪ Defined as the ‘surfaces of strata’ (Harris) – a conceptual devi...

Archaeology
ARH305H1
Gary Coupland
ARH312Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: List Of Newspapers In Greece, Bunka, Fukuzawa Yukichi

ANT472- Week 3 Lecture • This week’s important questions= who are the Japanese? What is Japanese culture? • US is very important in Japanese history (strong influence in the development) • Russia is als...

Archaeology
ARH312Y1
Geoffrey Mac Donald
ARH312Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Criterion Validity, Epipaleolithic, Measurement Uncertainty

ARH312 Week 2- September 20 th Measurement Theory  Data- observations and measurement you make on objects this data is theory laden (not independent from theory)  Measurement is comparison- eith...

Archaeology
ARH312Y1
Geoffrey Mac Donald
ARH312Y1 Lecture Notes - Fume Hood, Punnett Square, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

ARH312 Week 1- September 13 th Drennan – Statistics for Archaeologists (can be found at Robarts and online) Fletcher and Lock- Digging Numbers: Elementary Stats for Archaeologists (found at Robarts) Free Statist...

Archaeology
ARH312Y1
Geoffrey Mac Donald
ARH305H1 Lecture Notes - Demand Curve, Midpoint Method, Root Mean Square

ECO100: Introductory Economics Elasticity Robert Gazzale, PhD Department of Economics Universit...

Archaeology
ARH305H1
Nathalie Fournier
ARH306Y1 Lecture Notes - Oceanic Crust, Challenger Deep, Subduction

Lecture  5     • When  oceans  close  the  volcanoes  that  form  are  pyroclastic  cones   o Steep  sided  volcanoes   o Magmas  have  silica  ...

Archaeology
ARH306Y1
All Professors
ARH306Y1 Lecture Notes - Silicate Minerals, Halite, Feldspar

o Not  exclusive   o Contaminants   • Streak  -­‐  colour  when  mineral  ground  to  a  fine  powder  on  streak  plate   § E.g.  h...

Archaeology
ARH306Y1
All Professors
Lecture7a.pdf

Lecture  7     • Rocks  are  the  only  record  we  have  of  earth  in  the  remote  past   • Moon  rocks  are  very  valuable   o 3  sources ...

Archaeology
ARH306Y1
All Professors
Lecture5d.pdf

Deformation and slip during March 11 2011 EarthquakeUplift and subsidence of ocean floorEastward movement of JapanJust off Tokyo the outer margin of the continent rose 7m in an instant o The inner coast went down o Whole o...

Archaeology
ARH306Y1
All Professors
ARH306Y1 Lecture Notes - Philippine Sea Plate, Pacific Plate, North American Plate

  • Japan  is  probably  the  most  dangerous  place  on  the  rim   o Lies  at  the  intersection  of  4  major  plates   o On  the  right  is  the  p...

Archaeology
ARH306Y1
All Professors
ARH312Y1 Lecture Notes - Electrical Equipment In Hazardous Areas, Silica Gel, Chi-Squared Test

LECTURE 1 – Sept. 13, 2011 Health and Safety  Review data notes = t-test, z-test, means, average, chi square test, standard deviation, etc.  Website: www....

Archaeology
ARH312Y1
E.Banning

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